Radio Xtreme – Episode 30: “NYCC 2013 Recap”

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Glacier928 and R17 return with episode 30 of Radio Xtreme (Gamers Xtreme Podcast) to discuss all the NYCC material they covered, alongside some Square Enix Press Event material prior. We discuss the big loss of next-gen consoles missing an opportunity at NYCC. Everything listed below is what we cover in the podcast, with video footage we captured for Strider, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, DKC Tropical Freeze and the best game at the show, Bayonetta 2!

Hands-on:
– Thief
– Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Director’s Cut
– DKC Tropical Freeze
– Bayonetta 2
– Super Mario 3D World
– Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
– Sonic Lost World
– Strider
– The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

Money Keeps Talking, Square Enix Retracts on Prior Promise

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Square Enix has confirmed that the upcoming Director’s Cut for Deus Ex: Human Revolution will not be an exclusive title for the Wii U anymore. Apparently, even though Square Enix stated this would only be coming to the Wii U, they have now retracted their statement. As always, money talks in this industry clearly. Square Enix now stated that it is now coming this fall for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, alongside the previously announced Wii U version.

Square Enix spokesman stated “The Director’s Cut for Deus Ex: Human Revolution includes the Tong’s Rescue mission and Missing Link downloadable content, alongside “overhauled” boss battles, “redefined” game balance and combat, “improved” artificial intelligence, and updated graphics. It seems this E3 that the trend has become money. Earlier today, in an uprising move, it was announced that Kingdom Hearts 3 would be not be a PS4 exclusive, as originally thought. Clearly developers are looking to generate the greatest profit, and distribute to all audiences.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut Trailer Released

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Eidos Montreal has released a brand-new trailer for its upcoming Deus Ex refinement on the WiiU, showcasing the game’s WiiU visuals, fixes, and gameplay tweaks in action. Check it out below!